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Cyber Extortion: What are the Laws that Protect against It and How Should Lawyers Respond?

Program Number: 2612 Presenter: Mary Beth Buchanan, Esq., David A. Zetoony, Esq.

While extortion is not a new concept, in the digital world, it is taking on a new dimension. Individuals, companies, organized crime, and even terrorist groups are increasingly threatening cyber-attacks, public disclosure of personal information, or reporting security vulnerabilities to regulators if companies do not accede to their demands. Join Bryan Cave LLP’s Mary Beth Buchanan and David Zetoony as they: • discuss different types of cyber-extortion, • describe the interaction between criminal laws preventing extortion and the data security laws, and

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What In-House Lawyers Should Know about the Legal Risks of Identity Theft and the Role of Credit Monitoring Services

Program Number: 2611 Presenter: David A. Zetoony, Esq.

Following a data security breach many companies assuage consumer fears by offering credit monitoring, ID restoration services, or ID theft insurance. Many in-house counsel misunderstand the legal risks of identity theft and the role that credit monitoring products play in protecting consumers from harm when such theft occurs. David Zetoony, Bryan Cave LLP, discusses ID theft risks and the legal issues that in-house counsel need to consider when selecting a credit monitoring service.

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mCommerce: A Guide to Legal Issues in the Evolving Mobile Landscape

Program Number: 2610 Presenter: Courtney K. Stout, Esq. - Davis Wright Tremain LLP, David A. Zetoony, Esq.

The days of swiping a credit card on a card reader are over. Companies are increasingly exploring new and creative ways to allow their customers to pay for items using smartphones, computers, and mobile technologies. Courtney Stout and David Zetoony discuss the legal, regulatory and industry privacy and data security issues that arise when developing, deploying, or utilizing the latest mobile commerce solutions.

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What In-House Counsel Need to Know about Data Privacy in the Sharing Economy

Program Number: 2609 Presenter: Daniel T. Rockney, Esq.

Sharing Economy companies have unleashed new technologies to reduce barriers to economic participation, giving millions of would-be entrepreneurs the tools to share their time, vehicles, homes and other assets to help cover expenses. Many of these tools also give sharing economy companies access to sensitive personal data regarding their users, including GPS coordinates, driving records, criminal history information and more. However, because these industries tend to be highly regulated, many companies are required by regulation to collect and store this data beyond the period dictated by business necessity. Join Daniel Rockey, Bryan Cave LLP, as he discusses some of the key privacy issues facing sharing economy companies and strategies to reduce the legal risks inherent in collecting and storing sensitive personal data.

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How to Improve Data Security in Payment Systems: Changing Risks and Changing Technology for In-House Counsel

Program Number: 2608 Presenter: Courtney K. Stout, Esq. - Davis Wright Tremain LLP, David A. Zetoony, Esq.

With new technology behind how credit card transactions are processed and protected, accepting credit cards carries new data security risks and potential legal liabilities. In addition to the normal repercussions of a data security breach (reputation damage, the risk of class action litigation, and the risk of a regulatory investigation), if a retailer’s credit card system is compromised, the retailer may be contractually liable to its payment processor, its merchant bank, and ultimately the payment card brands. Courtney Stout and David Zetoony discuss new payment processing technologies, their impact on data security, the risk implications for companies, and how in-house counsel can negotiate third party vendor contracts to minimize these risks.

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The State of Telemedicine in 2016

Program Number: 2607 Presenter: Sheryl Feutz-Harter, Esq., Jason D. Haislmaier, Esq.

Join us for this important program on telemedicine for attorneys. Topics include: • an overview of what is telemedicine and the types of telemedicine services; • the current legal and regulatory issues impacting telemedicine programs, including: coverage and reimbursement; licensure issues; and credentialing of telemedicine providers; • issues to be considered when implementing a telemedicine program; and • what is anticipated in telemedicine in 2016.

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EU-U.S. Data Transfer- Life after the Safe Harbor under the "Privacy Shield"

Program Number: 2605 Presenter: Jana Fuchs, Esq., Jason D. Haislmaier, Esq.

Companies of all types were caught off guard when the EU-U.S. Safe Harbor data transfer framework was invalidated in October 2015. In the months following the invalidation, many companies anxiously awaited a replacement for the original Safe Harbor framework. That replacement has now been announced in the form of the newly-negotiated “Privacy Shield” framework. Join Jana Fuchs and Jason Haislmaier as they discuss the details of the Privacy Shield framework, provide an update on the current status and timeline for the formal adoption of the Privacy Shield, and provide strategies for compliance in EU-U.S. cross border data transfers both now and following adoption of the Privacy Shield.

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Autonomous Vehicles: Privacy and Cybersecurity Issues

Program Number: 2603 Presenter: Christopher M. Achatz, Esq., David A. Zetoony, Esq.

**** CD's are pre-order only and not available until after the program date - Online is not available until after the program date **** With even GM investing in a driverless future, autonomous vehicles, or self-driving cars, may be the greatest disruptive innovation to travel that we have experienced in decades. A fully-automated, self-driving car is able to perceive its environment, determine the optimal route, and drive unaided by human intervention for the entire journey. Self-driving cars have the potential to drastically reduce accidents, travel time, and the environmental impact of road travel. However, obstacles remain for the full implementation of this autonomous technology. Of particular concern with regard to autonomous vehicles are data privacy and security risks that attorneys need to know. David Zetoony and Chris Achatz, Bryan Cave LLP, discuss the evolution of the technology, provide an overview of current legal and regulatory data privacy and security issues that are

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Monitoring Employee Use of Computers, Phones, Social Media and More: Latest Developments for In-House Corporate and Employment Lawyers

Program Number: 2602 Presenter: Joshua A. James, Esq., Daniel I. Prywes, Esq.

Employers have a variety of technological means to monitor employees’ communications and activities, and new technologies provide additional means. Yet employees still have legally protected privacy rights that must be respected. Join Dan Prywes and Josh James as they discuss: • basic principles respecting different monitoring tools and areas of legal uncertainty, • the development of employer policies and employee-consent forms to best advance employers’ legitimate goals, and • variations among state laws, union bargaining over monitoring, and emerging issues.

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Prepare for Takeoff! What In-House and Corporate Lawyers Should Know to Mitigate the Risks and Capture the Benefits of Commercial Drone Use

Program Number: 2567 Presenter: Jason D. Haislmaier, Esq., Thomas C. Helm, Shalem A. Massey, Esq.

Called the "most dynamic growth sector within the aviation industry," the commercial use of unmanned aircraft systems ("UAS") more commonly known as “drones” is experiencing exponential growth. This growth presents a tremendous opportunity for companies across many diverse industries. However, this opportunity is not without legal risk and potential liability. In this important program on how to prepare for commercial drone use, our presenters discuss the current regulatory landscape, risks and liabilities posed by commercial drone use, and available risk mitigation tools and strategies.

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